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Cary Entrepreneur’s Tutus Reach NYC

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Cary-based NYC tutu designer Diane Schaubach graciously agreed to sit down and chat with me about the reasoning, artistry, and passion behind her professional tutus. …

The 2015 Oscar Nominees: Winning Predictions

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It’s here! It’s finally here! The time for Oscar has come! 2014 was a pretty terrific year at the movies, and it’s always exciting (and sometimes frustrating) to see how the Academy’s tastes line up with your own.…

Notes from the (Music) Underground

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There is definitely more local music in Cary than there was a decade ago. But that doesn't mean everybody's happy.…

Cary’s IBA Scores Big in National Ballet Competition

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The International Ballet Academy (IBA) opened five short years ago, but they are already making their mark on the national ballet scene.…

Graceful Expressions Hosts a Special Dance Jan. 25

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Graceful Expressions will host a very special dance for parents and their children at Grace Christian School on Sunday, January 25, 2015 at 3 pm. This four year-old tradition, however, has a new twist--this year's dance is designed to accommodate children with special needs and of all mobility levels.…

Movie Review: American Sniper

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American Sniper, directed by Clint Eastwood, tells the incredible true story of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, who became the most decorated sniper in U.S. history during his many tours in Iraq. …

School of Rock: Coming to Cary

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Cary is getting just a little bit hipper. In mid-February 2015, Kevan Hester will open a School of Rock franchise in the long-empty former home of Wolf Camera in the Maynard Crossing Plaza on High House Road.…

Movie Review: Selma

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Selma tells the true story of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s historical efforts to secure equal voting rights via his peaceful protests and a march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama. The film features outstanding performances from all involved while also giving an honest depiction of one of the most influential figures…

Cary Remembers Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Monday, January 19, 2015 is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Make plans to celebrate, remember, and recognize him all week with these films, presentations, speeches, and activities--all offered in Cary and Raleigh.…

5 Movies You Might Have Missed in 2014

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2014 was a great year for movies. It sounds cliché, I know, as if all film critics say that at the end of every year. But this really was a great year. I’d like to recommend a few great films you might have missed in 2014.…

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